Political Science Department
Prof. T.T. Haokip graduated from Union Christian College, Barapani, and obtained his Honours in Political Science (1987) from St. Edmund’s College, securing third position in the University. He completed his MA with first class in Political Science (1989), Master of Philosophy (M.Phil-1991) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in 1995 from North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong. He has been teaching Foreign Policy of Major powers, Public Administration and State Politics of Northeast India at North-Eastern Hill University since 1996. His current areas of interest include interface between Democratic Governance and Traditional Institutions, Ethnicity, Ethnic conflicts and Armed movements in Northeast India and South Asia.
Prof. T.T. Haokip has been the recipient of the South Asia Regional Fellowship from the Social Science Research Council, (SSRC) New York in 2005. He has completed two major research projects on Myanmar and Pakistan from the Social Science Research Council, (SSRC) New York and one major project on Democratic governance and Traditional Institutions of North-East India from UGC. Prof. Haokip has attended and presented papers at national and international seminars/conferences and published a number of papers in journals and contributed chapters in edited books.